Fortunately we finished our video shot and currently in editing process! I’m so grateful to be working with my Four Season teammates, Sonia, Younhwan and Mikyeong. They were easily cooperated and tolerated about the new ideas that can be shared. I hope our video will turn well!
Stay tuned for red carpet on 9 December!
We’re so lucky because our shooting day was on snowy days. It was so cold but importantly it also fun can spend time under snow making some videos. The landscape also was beautiful and this my first experience making video projects using snowy landscape.
Stay tuned for red carpet on 9 December!
Actually this blog is based on my class, English Writing through Multimedia that I take on this semester. For my last assignment with my group, we have to make a video project and we decided to make a parody about 2 films which are ‘3 idiots’ and ‘Twenty’ from South Korea. So this is our first trailer ! Hope you can enjoys 🙂
I’m taking role as one of the ‘idiots’ and my ‘specialty’ is I’m stingy and love to spend my friend’s money despite using my own money. So we still on shooting some video and hope our video will turn well!
I decided to put the title as ‘Last Fall’ as that was my last trip during fall before welcoming winter season this week. Last week, I joined last outing with HYPO (Hanyang Photo Organization) for this semester at Changgyeonggung Palace. I admit that I barely love to visit any palace as it kind of boring but Changgyeonggung Palace is the most beautiful palace that I have been visit of all time.
It not just a palace but the place is surrounding with many beautiful kind of trees which make it is a good place to visit during fall! Although I visit the palace during the end of fall season, it was still beautiful to become a place to visit. I’m sure Changgyeonggung Palace is much more beautiful if I visit there earlier!
These were some videos I shot at Changgyeonggung Palace :
To visit Changgyeonggung Palace you can stop at Hyehwa Station, Seoul Subway Line 4 exit 3.
Today, I joined marathon with my running club and took 10 km course at Seoul Olympic Stadium. This were my first time marathon I joined after I came to South Korea. I think I made my own record to run unstoppable for about 10 km in duration 53 minutes. Once again I think I have gained motivation to continue my passion on running sports!
The first video I shot before we started our 10 km course running!
After I finished my running, I joined my running club to give support to our other members that join half marathon participation.
Last outing with HYPO ( Hanyang University Photo Organization), I went to World Cup Park to capture some beautiful views there. We had to climb up using stairs about 30 minutes to reach Haneul Park. Haneul Park is a big grassland park with many visitors every day. The park also offers benches and other areas for visitors to take a short rest and enjoy the peaceful atmosphere of Haneul Park.
To visit here you can go buy subway to World Cup Stadium Station (Seoul Subway Line 6), Exit 1.
Last 29th October, Hanyang University had held the Nachon Festival for 1 day. In the night, there was a concert performed by Hanyang University’s students and other invited artists. One of my favorite artist, Mamamoo performed on that night and I waited in cold for almost two hours. But it was worth it!
These were the performances I recorded from the festival’s concert.
Performanced by Hanyang University’s students:
Performances by other invited artist :
Last week I was very busy to upload 3 videos on my blog. Thus, this week I will upload 6 videos from my visit to Daesong-Ri.
Most of these videos were the shots I recorded while I ride a bicycle and campfire activity.
Last weekend I joined HYPO’s MT for 2 days 1 night at Daesong-Ri. This was my second MT after the first MT with Runners Hy. Daesong-Ri is has scenic river and I was lucky to visit there in autumn season as the scenery is very beautiful. This area is popular for water sports lovers as there are several clubs located along the river bank offering all sorts of activities including water skiing, motorboating, wakeboarding, banana boating and paddle boats. I joined other HYPO members to ride a bicycle along the river in the evening. It was very tired to ride for 2 hours but it was worth it!
To visit Daesong-Ri, you can go by train to Daesong-Ri Station .
Once again, I had to post my past images from my summer holiday because I had my midterm test.
Last summer holiday, I joined my Korean friend to visit Insa-dong. This actually my first outing with other korean friends and other few exchange students from other countries. It was good experience and Insadong was beyond my expected.
Insa-dong Street is one of the most memorable attractions in Seoul and represents the focal point of Korean traditional culture and crafts. I am highly recommended to anyone that visit South Korea to come to Insa-dong to look out many interesting products that rarely can be found in other places in South Korea.
Seong Geon Ho currently doing his military services for 2 years.
To visit Insadong street, you can go by subway to Anguk Station (Seoul Subway Line 3) and take exit 6.